“My beloved children, I am Saint Catherine of Siena. I speak through this child now, and I say through her: ‘Ask yourself on this night, what you term is worthwhile? How many men do you know would lay down their life for you? How many men do you know would you lay down your life for?’ Oh, My children, this is not the way you walk in this world. You live in a time worse than Sodom and Gomorrah, and many men are saying it cannot be so, but I, Saint Catherine of Siena say: ‘It is so. We see it from a different view.’
Tonight, to each of you, I say, ‘Be aware of the heresy that surrounds you in your day. Beware of the sin, beware of the weakness, beware of the lack of love for God that men show from within.’ Ask yourself on this night: Do you radiate Light for God, or do you have the stench of sin?
I walked the earth, I talked to many men, I stood firm on many issues, for I, too, had to be aware of the Soul first, the mental attitude, the physical way; and many men with whom I spoke, disagreed, and yet the firmness in my truth led them on to understand I did not speak for myself, but for God, in the way of man.
Always do We bless you, as We leave through this child. You have been Blessed with the Sword of Love, with the hand of Joan. You have been shown by Saint Christopher, Light. You have been given Wisdom by the beloved Saint Callistus, and now I say, ‘Promise yourself, promise God, that you will desire to find His Light through your eyes, through your means, through your way, on the morrow, so you do not have to struggle for a long time in the pits of Purgatory, mixed with lime.’ So be it.”